Ministers mount last-ditch attempt to save EU laws on restoring nature

Representatives of 11 countries led by Ireland urge other states to help get legislation on rescuing habitats over the line

A last-ditch attempt to try to save the EU’s nature restoration laws from oblivion has been mounted by 11 member states, which are racing to get the legislation over the line in the next four weeks.

In a move led by Ireland, 11 environment ministers have written to countries that have said they will either abstain or vote against ratification of the laws, urging them to think again.

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